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34 min ago | WIBX-AM Whitesboro

NY Man Surrenders After Standoff With Police

A 30-year-old man is in custody after authorities say he barricaded himself inside his western New York home during a domestic dispute with his wife. State police say Erie County 911 dispatchers received the call around 10:30 a.m. Monday from a home in the rural town of Boston, south of Buffalo.


4 hrs ago | Business Journal

UB reports record enrollment

The University at Buffalo has hit a record enrollment for the second consecutive fall - though it bested last year's number by a mere handful. UB Provost Charles Zukoski said a total of 29,945 students are enrolled at UB this fall.


Mon Sep 15, 2014

The Ashland Daily Tidings

Friends of Jim Giancarlo remember Ashland theater icon

The celebration of the life of the long-time artistic director of Oregon Cabaret Theatre was held in the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's Angus Bowmer Theatre, where mourners and well-wishers filled the 600-seat theater to near-capacity. With Stadelman as master of ceremonies, and with lots of help, the program chronicled Giancarlo's life - often with old film and still photos - from the time he was a kid in Buffalo, N.Y., to a young man becoming a social worker, then a flower child in San Francisco, a Green Show dancer for the OSF and ultimately a choreographer and college teacher, and the business and spiritual leader of the popular OCT.



Man walks 85 miles for Alzheimer's

A Henrietta man walked 85 miles over the course of four days from Buffalo to Rochester in honor of his wife, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. The walk began Friday morning.

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Business Journal

Lumsden & McCormick adds to Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus

Lumsden & McCormick LLP operates a satellite office at the Thomas R. Beecher Jr. Innovation Center on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus . Open since May 1, the office puts the accounting firm in direct contact with start-ups and other companies with various financial management needs.


KRVN-AM Lexington

Once Abused, College Women Susceptible to More Attacks

Even before the Rice incident became a huge national story, Dr. Kathleen Parks of the University of Buffalo's Research Institute on Addictions conducted a five-year study on coeds who were physically or sexually abused and whether the experience caused them to drink more and as a result, increased their risk of future abuse. Parks said that of the nearly one thousand college-aged women who suffered intimate partner violence, many were victimized the next year and often turned to alcohol as a way to cope.


Business Journal

Buffalo will work around roadblocks on Main St. project

The effort to bring vehicular traffic back to all of downtown Buffalo's Main Street should not slow down, despite last week's rejection for federal funding. Local officials were stunned when the federal Department of Transportation did not chose a $28 million request for monies under the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery Act or TIGER.


Sun Sep 14, 2014

Albany Times Union

Review: a Family Furniturea @ Curtain Call,...

To open its 15th season, Curtain Call Theatre is producing a new play that seems like it was written 50 years ago. "Family Furniture," by 83-year-old A.R. Gurney , which had its world premiere last year, looks back at 1950s upper-crust Buffalo through the gauzy, amber filter of nostalgia.



This week around Buffalo: September 15th through 21st, 2014

Friday through Sunday, September 19th through 21st at participating wineries on the Niagara Wine Trail. Featuring wine parings with harvest-themed foods, many locally grown.


Sat Sep 13, 2014


NCCF offering Service Learning Mini-Grant Program

Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation is offering the Service Learning Mini-Grants Program to all schools in northern Chautauqua County. Funding is available on a competitive basis for projects that promote service learning to middle and high school level students.



NY primary exposes Cuomo's problems with the left

So it was unusual when New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo found himself facing a spirited fight from rebels in his own Democratic party - environmentalists, unhappy public workers, critics of Albany's insider culture and voters disturbed by Cuomo's dismissive treatment of his opponent, Fordham University professor Zephyr Teachout. Cuomo claimed a comfortable 62 percent in Tuesday's Democratic matchup, but Teachout's 34 percent - she won half of the state's 62 counties - stunned observers who had predicted she would win a 20 percent protest vote.



Foster the People @ Canalside - Pseudologia Fantastica

Buffalo.fm is a multimedia project dedicated to celebrating Buffalo NY's rich musical history while documenting the best live performances around Buffalo and Western New York. WNYmedia Network is a user generated content & video delivery network of blogs and websites focused on Public Good, Live Music, Great Food, Good Government and Lousy Sports Teams in Buffalo and Western New York.



Clarence T. Curtis

Clarence was an employee of A. Sam & Son Trucking. He also worked for the city of Dunkirk as a driver and at the waste water plant.



The Oracle of Buffalo

Our image of who is rich is often at odds with reality. Consider Stephanie T. Mucha, 97, who remembers the 1929 stock market crash.


Fri Sep 12, 2014


$150M Lawsuit Over Punch at Kid Rock Concert

The lawsuit filed by 25-year-old Jason McNeil and his wife names concert promoter Live Nation, the security company responsible for crowd control at the concert, and the Darien Lakes Performing Arts Center near Buffalo, New York, as defendants in addition to the man who threw the punch, reports The Buffalo News . What led to the man's debilitating brain injury and how might he and his family recover for his injuries? According to the lawsuit, Craig Lawson had already been ejected from the concert for being intoxicated and attacking someone else.



Autumnlike Chill, Frost to Grip East This Weekend

Following a chilly rain during part of the weekend, the coolest air since the spring will settle over the Northeast Sunday night into Monday morning. Temperatures are forecast to dip into the 50s from Boston and New York City to Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. The last time readings were this low was during the first couple of days of June in most cases and in late May in others.


Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Despite challenges (see Buffalo), the East/University of Rochestera

Despite challenges , the East/University of Rochester partnership can succeed As has been extensively discussed , the partnership between the UR's Warner School and East... Check out this story on DemocratandChronicle.com: http://on.rocne.ws/1s01oDE As has been extensively discussed , the partnership between the UR's Warner School and East is gaining steam. Everyone I talk with is cautiously optimistic the initiative--a breath of fresh air--can be the positive step forward the District definitively needs.


UB Reporter


Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center will become an intellectual salon again on Friday as Scholars@Hallwalls, the Humanities Institute's signature discussion series, returns for the fall semester with a talk by UB faculty member Jonathan Katz. Katz, associate professor and director of the doctoral program in the Department of Art, will discuss "Art, Sex and the Sixties."


City Paper

District Doughnut Is Now Officially Open on Barracks Row

After several weeks of Friday evening-only operations , District Doughnut opened up full-time today at 8 a.m. The shop will celebrate its debut this weekend with music, games, giveaways, a photo booth, and more, until the doughnuts run out. The Barracks Row spot from owners Greg Menna and Juan Pablo Segura will offer eight to 10 doughnuts each day.


Syracuse New Times

1957 UFO - " A Brass Colored Disc Over Lake Erie

A high school student witnesses a brass colored disc over Lake Erie but it would be 57 years before we would know the depth of his sighting. On the afternoon of September 20th 1957 in Buffalo, NY a Northbound Niagara Street bus had just dropped Steven at this corner on his way home from high school.



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